Because of COVID19, summer is cancelled for many of us. Okay, we realize it’s not really cancelled, but it feels that way as camps, programs, classes, and vacation spots send apology letters and emails about why they can’t open as usual.
Today begins a four part series we’re calling, “Summer is cancelled: Now what?” We begin today with guest Jessica Smartt talking about perspective. How can we change our lens to see that our situation is no different than the hardships endured by many in our history, and to find courage in the stories of those who have gone before.
But we don’t stop there. We also move into some practical ways we can re-structure our plan for summer by setting up a rhythm for our days, allowing opportunities for work, and using the extra time to build family memories outdoors. Join us for this helpful conversation.
You can connect with Jessica Smart on her website
Jessica’s book Memory Making Mom
Read Aloud Revival – Sarah Mackenzie
The Hiding Place – great read aloud for older kids
Laura Ingalls Wilder Books
Hoopla – Digital Library Services
Screen Strong Challenge for Families – Melanie Hempe
Fender Online Guitar Lessons
ArtHub for Kids
Cosmic Kids Yoga
Kiwi Tinker Crates
Host a Summer Reading Contest
“Anything worth doing is a challenge.” -Krista Gilbert
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